The Ukrainian Case: How Ukrainian Refugees Are Transforming European Economies | The Gaze
As of summer 2023, over 8 million Ukrainians remain displaced due to the ongoing war. While approximately 3 million are in Russia and Belarus, a staggering 6 million have sought refuge in various European countries. This mass migration has undeniably strained European economies and resources, but it has also brought unexpected benefits. In this video, Gregor Razumovsky explores how Ukrainian refugees are not only reshaping the economic landscape of European nations but also challenging prevailing attitudes towards migrants. Learn about the non-obvious advantages that Ukrainian refugees have brought to Europe, from contributing to GDP growth to fostering economic growth and revitalizing communities. Discover how the "Ukrainian case" may prompt EU and UK citizens to reconsider their views on migration and its impact on their societies.